Category: Community Notices

Maniapoto Hui ā-Iwi

Just a reminder that there is a Hui-a-Iwi on Sunday 6th August 2017 at Te Kotahitanga Marae, Ōtorohanga. Whakatau is at 9:30am Hui Should be finished by 3:00pm He pānui tenei He Hui-a-Iwi hei te Rātapu ono o Ākuhata 2017 ki Te Kotahitanga Marae, Otorohanga. Whakatau – 9.30am Whakamutunga –...

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Ngā Whakataetae Manu Kōrero ā-rohe o te waka o Tainui

Ngā Whakataetae Manu Kōrero-a-Rohe are on tomorrow, 7 July 2017! Support the tauira by attending the event at the South Waikato Sports Events Centre in Tokoroa! If you can’t make it, no worries – MFM and the other Tainui radio stations will bring the event to your home or workplace with a live on-air broadcast and video livestream. Access the livestream by clicking the button below. Tautokongia ngā tauira e whaikōrero ana, e whakamāngai ana i tō tātou reo, i ngā whakaaro hoki ō ngā rangatahi. Hoatu ake ki Tokoroa āpōpō! Mēna kāore e tāea te tāe atu, whakarongo...

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New Shows On Air Now!

A whole set of brand new shows is here with MFM Te Reo o Te Iwi! Pehia King is a sensation to MFM who is already enjoying good feedback about her on-air and online interaction with listeners and guests. Parakuihi with Pehia is our flagship show which brings a pacey, positive vibe to the start of every weekday. She touches on relevant kōrero and news about the iwi and beyond which is punctuated with some of the best Māori, Soul R&B and Reggae Music. Catch Parakuihi with Pehia from 7-10am weekdays now! MFM Te Reo o Te Iwi also...

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The Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne to visit Maniapoto

The Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne will be making a three day visit to Maniapoto next week, with events scheduled for Te Kūiti, Ōtorohanga, Waitomo, Piopio, Taumarunui and the Pureora National Park. The visit will focus on a number of areas of interest including Maori business, youth and environmental initiatives. The visit commences on Tuesday 4 April with a powhiri at Te Kūiti Pā. More information available...

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